17 Celebrities Who Have Been Body Shamed

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17 Celebrities Who Have Been Body Shamed

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17 Celebrities Who Have Been Body Shamed

Lorde was targeted by image-obsessed trolls, while Sam Claflin was criticized for his physique.

However, these celebs haven’t let body shaming get them down as they use their experiences to promote body acceptance.

Check out this slideshow to see other celebrities who overcame body shaming.

17 Celebrities Who Have Been Body Shamed
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Jennifer Lopez

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Jennifer says she was told to lose weight at the beginning of her career before people accepted her curvy figure. 

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Beyoncé

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Queen Bey has an amazing athletic figure, but that hasn’t stopped body shamers from calling out her first pregnancy as “fake.” 

Now, people are suggesting that’s why Bey is so adamant on showing off her current pregnancy in her topless maternity shoot.

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Bella Hadid

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Model Bella is constantly being criticized for being “too thin” proving body shamers' judgement can go both ways.

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Khloé Kardashian

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The Kardashian sisters are no strangers to body shaming. Khloé has also been the victim of relentless body shaming. 

However, she turned the judgement into motivation and transformed herself through her workouts.

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Lady Gaga

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Lady Gaga shot back at haters after they pointed out she had a small stomach bulge during her Super Bowl show. She addressed the issue on Instagram saying she’s proud of her body.

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Tess Holliday

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Plus-size model Tess deals with body shaming on a daily basis. One look at her social media accounts proves the mother of two is battling haters every day as they tell her she’s not healthy and is promoting a negative body image. 

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Ashley Graham

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Ashley came onto the plus-size modeling scene in a major way when she appeared in Sports Illustrated in 2015. 

Since then, she’s come under scrutiny as people judge her body size and decision to embrace her curves. 

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Rocker chick Pink isn’t afraid to call out anyone who dares call her “fat.” The singer has embraced her curves since becoming a mom and isn’t letting anyone’s comments get her down.

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Demi Lovato

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Demi is outspoken when it comes to ignoring body shamers. She said she just laughs it off instead of taking comments seriously.

“If somebody calls me fat, even in a vulnerable moment, I laugh to myself and think, I’m doing everything I can, so there’s nothing I can do about it.”

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Kim Kardashian

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Kim may be one of the most body shamed celebs at the moment. From her booty size to plastic surgery rumors, Kim has heard it all. 

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Kelly Clarkson

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Kelly was the victim of body shaming after giving birth to her first child in 2014, but had a sweet response to the criticisms.

"Oh, she's tweeted something nasty about me? That's because she doesn't know me. I'm awesome! It doesn't bother me. It's a free world. Say what you will."  

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Emma Stone

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Much like Bella Hadid, Emma has been told she’s too thin and to “eat a sandwich.” The actress addressed the comments as she said body shaming anyone “sucks.”

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Tyra Banks

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Photos of the iconic model drew criticism during a trip to the beach. Instead of internalizing the negative comments, Tyra had the perfect comeback to her haters: “Kiss my fat ass!”

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Angela Simmons

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The new mom has taken to sharing her postpartum weight loss by posting unretouched photos, As a result, she's received more than a few negative comments about her body.  

Unfortunately for Ang, the public doesn’t seem to understand what a celeb’s natural body looks like without the photo editing.

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Selena Gomez

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Selena was the target of vicious online bullying after people started attacking a bikini photo of her. Instead of getting down about her body, Selena released a snappy comeback. 

"I love being happy with me y'all #theresmoretolove."


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Sam Claflin

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The Hunger Games actor revealed men experiencing body shaming, too. 

"I read in an interview recently and I think it's absolutely true: men have it just as bad. Well, not just as bad but they get it bad and it's never talked about,” he told The Sydney Morning Herald

"I remember doing one job when they literally made me pull my shirt up and were grabbing my fat and going, 'You need to lose a bit of weight.' This other time they were slapping me. I felt like a piece of meat.

"I'm not saying it's anywhere near as bad as what women go through but I, as an actor approaching each job, am insecure — especially when I have to take my top off in it — and so nervous."

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Lorde

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This Kiwi singer got body-shamed in 2013 when her hit “Royals” took off.

“I remember being made aware of my looks and my body in a way that I had never been,” she told NME.

“I remember all these kids online, I think I beat their favorite people to No. 1 [on the music charts], and they were like, ‘F—k her, she’s got really far-apart eyes.’ 

“I remember being like, ‘Whoa! How did I get all this way without knowing I had far-apart eyes?’ Just weird shit like that.”

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Lorde was targeted by image-obsessed trolls, while Sam Claflin was criticized for his physique.

However, these celebs haven’t let body shaming get them down as they use their experiences to promote body acceptance.

Check out this slideshow to see other celebrities who overcame body shaming.